Urushadze A.T. What Is Russia? Diversity as a Way of Describing the Russian Empire
MAIN ISSUE “A MAP OF HOMELAND”
Khrapunov N.I. The Past, the Present, and the Future of the Crimea as Viewed by “Russian Scot” Matthew Guthrie
Andreev A.A. The “Old” Channel of the Amu Darya: from Ancient Legends and Projects of the 18th Century to the Scientific Discussion of the Second Half of the 19th–First Half of the 20th Centuries
Agapov M.G. Arctic Mirages: Novaya Zemlya as Tierra Del Plata
Popov A.D. “Constellation of Eternal Glory”: Hero Cities of the Soviet Union in the Geographical and Symbolical Space
Shamina V.B. Artistic Typography of Rome in American Novel
THEORY AND METHODOLOGY
Isaev D.P. “Historiographical Source”: Problems of the Concept’s History and Interpretation
Kiselev M.A., Lazarev Ya.A. “Are There Nobles in Little Russia”? Status of the Ukrainian “Shlyakhetstvo” in the Russian Empire in the Middle of the 18th Century and the Role of Informal Relations of K.G. Razumovsky
Volvenko A.A. What did the Teacher of Russian the Army Foreman A. Leonov “on the Solemn Act” the Novocherkassk Gymnasium Speak on August 12, 1854 about?
Grom O.A. Between Orthodoxy and Russification: Bessarabian Bishops of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries and their Moldovan Flock
Venkov A.V. The Idea of the Don-Caucasian Union and the South-Russian Union in 1918
Must Empire die? Romanov Empire, Nationalism and Political Turbulence of the Beginning of the 20th Century
Disputants: Konev A.Yu., Kotov A.E., Saginadze E.O., Teslya A.A.
Batiev L.V., Minasyan E.G. “The Name List of ... Cityheads” in Nakhichevan-on-Don and the “Statement of the Costs of City Revenues and Expenditures” (the End 19th–Mid 20th century)
Karnaukhova O.S. Review on: Nikolay Zakharov & Ian Law, Post-Soviet Racisms. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, xi +250pp.
Dmitrieva N.V., Mukhametshina K.R. Research Seminar “The Outskirts of the Empire in the Russian Historical Consciousness and Social Memory” (Rostov-on-Don, May 10, 2019)
Tishkov V.A. About Victor A. Schnirelman
Bocharov A.V., Trubnikova N.V. Boris Georgiyevich Mogilnitsky: an Incessant Way of a Historian through the Peripety of the “Historiographic Continuum” (to the 90th Anniversary of the Birthday)